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American Friends Service Committee is incorrect on corrections

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery (Cronkite News Service Photo by Christina Silvestri)

A sponsored analysis of Arizona’s sentencing policies by American Friends Service Committee (appearing in the March 14 edition Arizona Capitol Times in the “Courts and Corrections” Focus section) lacks relevant data about the state’s prison population and ignores smart, effective policies that are already in effect.

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Tying education funding to statehood

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Education funding and statehood. Why do I tie these two topics together? Because Arizona used to have plenty of money for education (as if $9,000 per child and $225,000 per a classroom of 25 wasn’t enough), but the federal government ...

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Animal care is more than a job — it’s our responsibility

Bob and Judy Prosser own and operate the Bar T Bar ranch in northern Arizona.

My husband, children and I own and operate our 4th generation family ranch in northern Arizona. We take great pride in the well-being and quality care of our livestock. We follow best management practices consistent with the veterinarian-endorsed Beef Quality Assurance Program, including training and certification to provide the best care for our cattle. It is just the right thing to do. We have a responsibility to the consumer, to God, and to each other to be stewards of our animals and, therefore, work daily to keep them safe, healthy and secure.

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